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Do You Have A Tripod Or Tripod Adaptor for a Smartphone I Can Have/Borrow?

I urgently need a tripod or tripod adaptor that will hold a Smartphone. I can't find one in any local stores and the one I ordered online got lost in the mail. (I'm having really bad luck with this!!) I need this for a project that is due THIS FRIDAY 1/31/2014! So I need this in my hands absolutely no later than Wednesday (but tomorrow, Tuesday, would be better!!!).

Please please please email me if you can help me out! You'd be helping out a poor artist with big dreams who's desperately trying to make a video for a contest with a cash prize she really needs!!! I can return it to you on Saturday if you want it back. I can meet you at the Cotton Mill.

mbaehr85 AT yahoo DOT com

Thank you!


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Some ideas

You might try checking with the Vermont Center for Photography. They have regular sales of used equipment, and you can sometimes find what you are after in exchange for a donation to the program.

BCTV might also be of service, and might be able to loan equipment.

I just discovered this contraption for iPad filmmakers. The iOgrapher Mobile Media Case. It looks great. I'd love to hear some reviews or give it a try.

The manufacturers say you can put your iPad in it, then use the handles to help shoot freehand, or the tripod mount for something more steady. It allows for additional lenses to be added to the iPad (a fisheye, for exaple, could be handy.) It includes mounts for lights and mics, too. $70. If it works, it's a bargain. They also make one for the iPad mini.


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